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List of NCAA Women's Final Four broadcasters

Television

Date Network Location Play-by-play announcer Color analyst(s) Sideline reporter(s) Studio host Studio analyst(s)
1982 CBS (championship game) Norfolk Scope
(Norfolk, Virginia)
Frank Glieber Cathy Rush
1983 CBS (championship game) Norfolk Scope
(Norfolk, Virginia)
Frank Glieber Ann Meyers
1984 CBS (championship game) Pauley Pavilion
(Los Angeles, California)
Frank Glieber Ann Meyers
1985 CBS (championship game)
ESPN (national semifinals)
Frank Erwin Center
(Austin, Texas)
Frank Glieber
Jim Thacker
Pat Summitt
Mimi Griffin
1986 CBS (championship game)
ESPN (national semifinals)
Rupp Arena
(Lexington, Kentucky)
Gary Bender
Leandra Reilly
Mimi Griffin
1987 CBS (championship game)
ESPN (national semifinals)
Frank Erwin Center
(Austin, Texas)
Tim Brant
Leandra Reilly
Mimi Griffin
Cheryl Miller
1988 CBS (championship game)
ESPN (national semifinals)
Tacoma Dome
(Tacoma, Washington)
Tim Brant
Roger Twibell
Mimi Griffin
Cheryl Miller
1989 CBS (championship game)
ESPN (national semifinals)
Tacoma Dome
(Tacoma, Washington)
Tim Brant
Steve Physioc
Mimi Griffin
Cheryl Miller
1990 CBS (championship game)
ESPN (national semifinals)
Thompson-Boling Arena
(Knoxville, Tennessee)
Tim Brant
Bob Rathbun
Mimi Griffin Andrea Joyce Andrea Joyce
1991 CBS Lakefront Arena
(New Orleans, Louisiana)
Brad Nessler Mimi Griffin Andrea Joyce and Mary Carillo
1992 CBS Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena
(Los Angeles, California)
Brad Nessler Ann Meyers Andrea Joyce
1993 CBS The Omni
(Atlanta, Georgia)
Tim Ryan Ann Meyers Andrea Joyce and Mary Carillo
1994 CBS Richmond Coliseum
(Richmond, Virginia)
Tim Ryan Ann Meyers Andrea Joyce
1995 CBS Target Center
(Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Sean McDonough Ann Meyers
1996 ESPN Charlotte Coliseum
(Charlotte, North Carolina)
Mike Patrick Ann Meyers Robin Roberts Mimi Griffin
1997 ESPN Riverfront Coliseum
(Cincinnati, Ohio)
Mike Patrick Ann Meyers Robin Roberts Mimi Griffin and Rebecca Lobo
1998 ESPN Kemper Arena
(Kansas City, Missouri)
Mike Patrick Ann Meyers Robin Roberts Mimi Griffin and Rebecca Lobo
1999 ESPN San Jose Arena
(San Jose, California)
Mike Patrick Ann Meyers Pam Ward and Jennifer Azzi Robin Roberts Mimi Griffin and Rebecca Lobo
2000 ESPN First Union Center
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Mike Patrick Ann Meyers Michele Tafoya Robin Roberts Jay Bilas and Vera Jones-Soleyn
2001 ESPN Savvis Center
(St. Louis, Missouri)
Mike Patrick Ann Meyers Michelle Tafoya and Pam Ward Robin Roberts Vera Jones and Nell Fortner
2002 ESPN Alamodome
(San Antonio, Texas)
Mike Patrick Ann Meyers Robin Roberts Vera Jones and Nell Fortner
2003 ESPN Georgia Dome
(Atlanta, Georgia)
Mike Patrick Ann Meyers Doris Burke and Pam Ward Rece Davis Nell Fortner and Stacey Dales-Schuman
2004 ESPN New Orleans Arena
(New Orleans, Louisiana)
Mike Patrick Ann Meyers Doris Burke Rece Davis Nell Fortner and Stacey Dales-Schuman
2005 ESPN RCA Dome
(Indianapolis, Indiana)
Mike Patrick Ann Meyers Doris Burke and Mark Jones Rece Davis Stacey Dales-Schuman and Lisa Leslie
2006 ESPN TD Garden
(Boston, Massachusetts)
Mike Patrick Doris Burke Holly Rowe and Mark Jones Trey Wingo Kara Lawson and Stacey Dales-Schuman
2007 ESPN Quicken Loans Arena
(Cleveland, Ohio)
Mike Patrick Doris Burke Holly Rowe and Mark Jones Trey Wingo Kara Lawson and Stacey Dales
2008 ESPN St. Pete Times Forum
(Tampa, Florida)
Mike Patrick Doris Burke Holly Rowe and Rebecca Lobo Trey Wingo Kara Lawson and Stacey Dales
2009 ESPN Scottrade Center
(St. Louis, Missouri)
Mike Patrick Doris Burke Holly Rowe and Rebecca Lobo Trey Wingo Kara Lawson and Carolyn Peck
2010 ESPN Alamodome
(San Antonio, Texas)
Dave O'Brien Doris Burke Holly Rowe and Rebecca Lobo Trey Wingo Kara Lawson and Carolyn Peck
2011 ESPN Conseco Fieldhouse
(Indianapolis, Indiana)
Dave O'Brien Doris Burke Holly Rowe and Rebecca Lobo Trey Wingo Kara Lawson and Carolyn Peck
2012 ESPN Pepsi Center
(Denver, Colorado)
Dave O'Brien Doris Burke Holly Rowe and Rebecca Lobo Trey Wingo Kara Lawson and Carolyn Peck
2013 ESPN New Orleans Arena
(New Orleans, Louisiana)
Dave O'Brien Doris Burke Holly Rowe and Rebecca Lobo Kevin Negandhi Kara Lawson and Carolyn Peck

Notes

  • There was no TV coverage of the national semifinals prior to 1985.
  • All 63 games have been broadcast on television since 2003 on ESPN and ESPN2 with added coverage on ESPNU and ESPN3 since 2006. Local teams are shown on each channel when available, with "whip-around" coverage designed to showcase the most competitive contests in the rest of the country.

Radio

Date Network Location Play-by-play announcer Color analyst(s) Studio host
2006 Westwood One TD Banknorth Garden (Boston, Massachusetts) Beth Mowins Debbie Antonelli Brad Sham
2007 Westwood One Quicken Loans Arena (Cleveland, Ohio) Beth Mowins Debbie Antonelli Joe Tolleson
2008 Westwood One St. Pete Times Forum (St. Petersburg, Florida) Beth Mowins Debbie Antonelli Joe Tolleson
2009 Westwood One Scottrade Center (St. Louis, Missouri) Beth Mowins Debbie Antonelli Joe Tolleson
2010 Westwood One Alamodome (San Antonio, Texas) Beth Mowins Debbie Antonelli Joe Tolleson
2011 Westwood One Conseco Fieldhouse (Indianapolis, Indiana) Beth Mowins Debbie Antonelli Joe Tolleson
2012 Dial Global Pepsi Center (Denver, Colorado) Dave Ryan Debbie Antonelli Joe Tolleson
2013 Dial Global New Orleans Arena
(New Orleans, Louisiana)
Dave Ryan Debbie Antonelli Joe Tolleson

External links

  • Women's National Championship numbers game.
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